The uniform and insignia of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) gives a Scout visibility and creates a level of identity within both the unit and the community. The uniform is used to promote equality while showing individual achievement.
Please use the content of this page to understand the Scout uniform. It is very important that the correct badges/patches/pins/etc. are used and sewn on properly. The idea of a uniform is that they are...uniform. They should all look exactly alike in patch placement, should be clean and unwrinkled, and ultimately represent the organization of the BSA in a proud and respectful way.
Please download the associated PDF files which will tell you exactly how to wear the uniform and wear to place the patches.